I figured out I guess that the job just makes me happy if it's not number one. So if it all works great. If it doesn't I still go home look at my kids and I have a big smile on my face.
Sometimes Queens' music is dark but somehow it's ok to deliver it with a smile on your face because thing's are still going to kick in.
Crowds are the most difficult thing for me these days because I have to walk with my head down and my eyes averted. There's still that part of me that wants to hold my head up make eye contact and smile.
I'd always wanted the show to be more reality based science fiction something along the lines of The Day the Earth Stood Still which I consider to be the classic science fiction film.
But man has still another powerful resource: natural science with its strictly objective methods.
Cosmologists have attempted to account for the day-to-day laws you find in textbooks in terms of fundamental 'superlaws ' but the superlaws themselves must still be accepted as brute facts. So maybe the ultimate laws of nature will always be off-limits to science.
I think computer science by and large is still stuck in the Modern age.
New discoveries in science will continue to create a thousand new frontiers for those who still would adventure.
Traditional science assumes for the most part that an objective observer independent reality exists the universe stars galaxies sun moon and earth would still be there if no one was looking.
This world after all our science and sciences is still a miracle wonderful inscrutable magical and more to whosoever will think of it.
It will free man from the remaining chains the chains of gravity which still tie him to this planet.
For NASA space is still a high priority.
'The Killing' has a really great combination of qualities: Even though it's very sad and deals with mourning and grief it's still exciting. It's about real people and it doesn't shy from the painful points of life.
If you don't physically age gracefully it's a bit sad. I think Steven Tyler can get away anything because he still looks like he did in '73. Especially from row Z backwards in an arena. As long as the Stones keep their hair and don't get fat they'll get away with the wrinkles.
'Vegas' was something very close to me. I had such a blast doing that. I'm still a little upset that we never really got to shoot that final episode. So many people were invested in it. I'll always be sad about that.
It's sad when you can't make everyone happy though. It's impossible but at the same time you still hope. You think 'Maybe I can do it ' but you know you can't. But gosh if I had to rely on giving people what they wanted I would have had to write 40 billion different books and even then I wouldn't get it right.
I was at the Olympic Games winning medals and I still doubted my image. I doubted what I looked like. That's sad.
Women often postpone their lives thinking that if they're not with a partner then it doesn't really count. They're still searching for their prince in a way. And as much as we don't discuss that because it's too embarrassing and too sad I think it really does exist.
So I'm still in my romantic stage with London I love it as a place.
A handful of older romantic leading men like Sean Connery Jack Nicholson and Robert Redford are still landing parts.
I'm still a bit of a romantic and an idealist and hopelessly naive.
I don't know if it's possible to live the rock 'n roll lifestyle and still be romantic.
I've always been sort of addicted to genre-jumping. I've never been in the mood to do the same thing I did last time. Hence me going from 'Big Love' to romantic comedy to period film... I can't sit still.
I'm a hopeless romantic. It's disgusting. It really is. I've seen 'While You Were Sleeping' like twenty times and I still believe in the whole Prince Charming thing.